By Harvey Byrne

Arsenal have made one change to their side which beat Swiss side Basel 2-0 in the Champions League in midweek.

Manager Arsene Wenger has decided to bring goalkeeper Petr Cech into the starting line-up.

The change has seen Colombia international David Ospina drop out of the starting eleven and fall onto the club’s bench.

Arsenal revealed the team news on their official Twitter account ahead of the Sunday afternoon Premier League clash against Burnley at Turf Moor.

The Gunners have started the new campaign in good form with the north London club winning their last four league clashes.

Wenger will be keen for his side to continue their good form with 13 goals coming from their last four fixtures in all competitions.

They face a battle away at newly promoted Burnley, who are currently in mid-table in 14th place.

The Lancashire outfit won their last league fixture 2-0 against Watford with goals coming from Jeff Hendrick and Michael Keane.

However, last week’s win was their first in four encounters in all competitions, which saw them lose three matches and earn a point at home against Hull.

In other Arsenal team news, Burnley boss Sean Dyche has said that Arsene Wenger doesn’t get enough credit for nurturing homegrown, talent before their Premier League clash on Sunday afternoon.